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AIS Rugged Outdoor Digital Signage Display Systems Are Specifically Suited for Use in Outdoor Information Kiosk and Digital Signage Applications

American Industrial Systems Inc.(AIS) is an ISO 9001:2008 certified supplier and manufacturer of true Rugged All-Weather Outdoor Digital Signage Display Systems featuring an Intel® Atom™ Dual Core processor 1.80 GHz, with High Resolution (1366 x 768 and/or 1920 x 1080 HD), High Brightness (1,500 to 2,000 nits), Wide Viewing Angle (178°/178°), High Contrast Ratio (3000:1) and Wide Operating Temperature Range (-40°C to +55°C) LCD Display Systems. The Closed-HVAC embedded in the AIS display system is powerful and does not allow outside air in-take, thereby securing display stability in extreme heat, as well as when the immediate environment experiences large temperature fluctuations. These rugged outdoor digital signage display systems are specifically suited for use in outdoor information kiosk and digital signage applications. AIS’ full-range selection of outdoor digital signage displays are available in 46", 55", 65" and 70" screen sizes.

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“For system integrators looking to implement outdoor digital signage displays in public spaces, AIS solutions ensure display system stability and reliability in all outdoor environments, even in the most extreme conditions,” said Nelson Tsay, President of AIS. “Our products are efficiently integrated with Closed-HVAC and wide operating temperature technology, lowest fluctuation in internal display temperature, highest operating humidity level, and feature vent-less design resulting in extended mean time between failures. These result in optimized LCD performance, lower risk of critical LCD panel failures, and lower occurrence of simple maintenance activities.”

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About American Industrial Systems, Inc.

AIS is a leading global designer and manufacturer of specialty Outdoor Digital Signage Display Systems, Industrial Monitors, Rugged Displays, Military Embedded Computing, Industrial Panel PCs, Rugged Panel Computers, Operator Interface Terminals and solutions for customers in the Government, Aerospace, and Defense, Building Automation, Chemical and Petrochemical, Food and Beverage, Oil and Gas, Packaging, Pharmaceuticals, Pulp and Paper, Solar Power, Utilities, Water and Waste Water, and Wind Power markets. AIS specializes in designing and manufacturing cost-effective LCD and embedded computing products for the industrial market, as well as ODM/OEM applications worldwide. Whether your vision involves off-the-shelf displays or highly customized embedded computing solutions, AIS can supply the experience, technology, and resources needed in building it right and getting you to market first. For additional information on AIS products and services, please call AIS toll-free at 1-888-485-6688 or visit our website: www.aispro.com.

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